Including Children / Young People Affected by Migration in Schools by Improving Convivencia (Harmony), Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Wellbeing

ICARO - Project coordinator

Icaro is a non-profit consortium of social cooperatives created in 1995 with the aim of formulating a concrete answer to the problems of groups at risk of social exclusion. In recent years, the Icarus Consortium has expanded its sphere of interest – with a focus on children at risk of involvement in criminal activities - and the socially vulnerable (elderly, children, mentally and physically disabled, drug addicts, immigrants, unemployed young people and the unemployed, etc.), creating "personal services", socio-educational support and social services, employment, education, national service, as well as managing residential and semi-residential care facilities intended for these users.

Icaro also manages services and projects on behalf of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, in the Campania Region, working with Local Authorities providing health and social services. In recent years, thanks to its team of experts, Icaro has expanded into Europe, by creating and strengthening partnerships with public and private entities from different Member States, helping to analyze social problems and work out together the best methods for their resolution. We have managed, projects funded by the European Commission, as well as the present ICAM project. For the realization of this project, Icaro, thanks to the collaboration of local associations, has identified 7 partner schools with high numbers of Children Affected by Migration (CAM).

1. Istituto Statale Comprensivo Principe Di Piemonte - Santa Maria Capua Vetere (Ce)

2. Istituto Statale Comprensivo “Aniello Calcara” - Marcianise

3. Istituto Statale Comprensivo Leonardo Da Vinci - Villa Literno

4. Circolo Didattico Don Lorenzo Milani Villa Literno

5. Istituto Comprensivo Statale "G. Garibaldi"

6. Direzione Didattica Mondragone Terzo

7. Istituto Statale Di Istruzione Secondaria Superiore “Nicola Stefanelli”


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